An elastic light scattering based method, making use of phantom nanoparticles as substrate organizer, allowed the quantitative evaluation of the molecular recognition events between a series of inactivated mutants of phospholipase D and lysophosphatidylcholine, highlighting remarkable binding capability modifications by single amino acid substitutions.

Morasso, C., Bellini, T., Monti, D., Bassi, M., Prosperi, D., & Riva, S. (2009). Dispersed Phantom Scatterer technique reveals subtle differences in substrate recognition by phospholipase d inactive mutants. CHEMBIOCHEM, 10(4), 639-644 [10.1002/cbic.200800718].

Dispersed phantom scatterer technique reveals subtle differences in substrate recognition by phospholipase D inactive mutants

PROSPERI, DAVIDE;
2009

Abstract

An elastic light scattering based method, making use of phantom nanoparticles as substrate organizer, allowed the quantitative evaluation of the molecular recognition events between a series of inactivated mutants of phospholipase D and lysophosphatidylcholine, highlighting remarkable binding capability modifications by single amino acid substitutions.
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enzymes; light scattering; mutagenesis; nanomaterials; phospholipase D
English
Morasso, C., Bellini, T., Monti, D., Bassi, M., Prosperi, D., & Riva, S. (2009). Dispersed Phantom Scatterer technique reveals subtle differences in substrate recognition by phospholipase d inactive mutants. CHEMBIOCHEM, 10(4), 639-644 [10.1002/cbic.200800718].
Morasso, C; Bellini, T; Monti, D; Bassi, M; Prosperi, D; Riva, S
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